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Africa Cup of Nations


The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) is the main international football competition in Africa. It was first held in 1957 and has been organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) since then. The competition was initially contested by only three teams: Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia. South Africa was originally scheduled to compete, but was disqualified due to apartheid policies. Egypt won the inaugural tournament.

The competition has grown significantly over the years, with the number of participants increasing to 16 teams in 1998 and further expanded to 24 teams in 2019. The tournament is held every two years, usually in January or February. The winner of the tournament gains automatic qualification to the FIFA Confederations Cup.

The AFCON has served as a platform to showcase African football talent to the world. Many African footballers who have excelled in the tournament have gone on to have successful careers in Europe's top leagues. The competition has also been instrumental in the development of football in Africa, helping to raise the standard of the game across the continent.

The importance of the AFCON extends beyond football. The tournament brings together nations from all over Africa, promoting unity and camaraderie amongst the different countries. It has a significant cultural impact, with the hosting nation often showcasing its culture and traditions during the tournament.

Egypt is the most successful nation in the history of the competition, having won it seven times. Cameroon and Ghana follow closely with five and four wins respectively. The 2019 edition was won by Algeria.
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